Blackfield is a collective music project by two musicians the Israel rock singer Aviv Geffen and the founder of Porcupine Tree Steven Winson. Geffen executed backing vocals on two tracks in the Porcupine Tree album while Wilson offered the lead vocals on all the songs; he also played guitar and piano on all songs apart from the song ‘scars’. Some of the tracks in this band are: cloudy now, the hole in me, my gift of silence, the killer, some day, and open mind. You can download this album on YouTube via the link: Blackfield.
Blackfield II has emerged to be the second studio album by the Blackfield band. This album was recorded in London and Tel Aviv and it was later released on March 6, 2007, in United States and February 13, 2007, in Europe. This album entails a one-pack rock, mournful melancholic collections of songs. ‘End of the World’ is the cover of the ancient song in Hebrew which was performed by Berry Sakharof and Geffen. This album is available in form of audio CD, Mp3, Vinyl, and unlimited streaming over the internet. Blackfield II enjoys a five-star rating. The songs in this album bring a distinct meeting of cultures which has upshot a melodic, sophisticated and a melancholic rock album. Blackfield II has a powerful sense of power and direction and it has a collection of ten ideally crafted songs of beauty comprising of sweeping strings, explosive guitars, great hooks, and lush vocal harmonies. Some of the songs included in this album are: my gift of silence, epidemic, where is my love, someday, 1000 people, end of the world, and miss you.
This is the third studio album produced by the Blackfield band produced by Steven Wilson and Aviv Geffen released in 28 March 2011 in Europe. The band was designed to reflect on Geffen’s taking control over the band. On this album the two musicians continue to proceed along with their neo-progressive Tears for Fears meets Pink Floyd sound thus it inlays it with doom-ridden imagery. The recent album from blackfield is now readily available in the stores and is available for download in the link: Welcome to my DNA. Many of the material on this album were written by Geffen since Wilson was busy working on his solo album. Most of the songs are full of orchestral passages; therefore, the more you listen to this album, the more you like it!
Blackfield IV has grown to be the type of Aviv Geffen solo album with the aid of some friends such as Steven Wilsons who offered vocal assistance. There are several tracks in this album namely: X-Ray, firefly, after the rain, lost souls, Jupiter, kissed by the devil, sense of insanity, and the only fool is me among other songs. This album is filled with melancholic pop songs together with a depressive collection of songs entwined around by Geffen’s vocals. Blackfield has quietly shifted from progressive rock-pop genre to the melancholic edge. You can get this album through the mail order services for all progressive and symphonic Rock CDs and DVDs. You can also download this album via the link: Blackfield IV.
Blackfield V exists as the fifth studio album by the art rock genre band Blackfield. The band was produced in by the musical partnership between Aviv Geffen, Steve Wilson, and Alan Parsons and released in 10 February 2017. This album was recorded over a period of 18 months including the sessions held in both England and Israel. Wilson and Aviv divvy up guitar, vocals, and keyboard duties whereas Tomer Z played the drums part. The band was first formed in 2004 as a team up between the two artists after they met together in Israel following the Porcupine Tree show. The launched album was a massive mix of Wilson and Geffen melancholic approach set against more alternate pop settings, the outcome was the Porcupine Tree-lite.